This blog is the combined work of 60 students taking their first Introductory Anthropology Course. This is a four-field course – we will begin by discussing Physical Anthropology, followed by Archaeology, Cultural Anthropology and Linguistic Anthropology. Over the term, students will be posting many of their assignments here, to share with others. Please feel free to learn from these students, and leave your own comments as well! Please remember this is an introductory course, so students are just beginning to explore these anthropological ideas. Enjoy!
- ACT affinal anthropology authority barter ceremonies children clothing code switching community elders exchange faq genetics government healing healthcare howler monkey illness infrastructure Japanese Macaque kinship language leadership mario lopez marriage material culture medicalanthropology medicine migration modernization money monkey multiregionalism Nacirema outofafrica physicalanthropology politics power primate primatology reciprocity red howler monkey rites ritesofintensification ritesofpassage ritual scarification society taboo trade video wealth wounds